Ellen Mueller

Drawing and Social Practice at SECAC

by Ellen Mueller on October 9, 2018, no comments

Night Depository (2010) - Dream Slips

Join me! I am chairing a panel at the SECAC conference in Birmingham, Alabama on Friday, October 19, 2018 at 8am. My panel is entitled, Intersections: Drawing and Social Practice. The panelists include:

Paul Collins, Austin Peay State University, “Fortnight Sessions: Interactive Journalism through Drawing”

Cayla Skillin-Brauchle, Willamette University, “Drawing Data”

Gráinne Coughlan, Dublin Institute of Technology, “Speculative Drawing in From Different Worlds (1987)”

Rae Goodwin, University of Kentucky, “Grandmothers are Superheroes!

This is going to be a blast, AND I’ll be distributing a limited run of my ongoing series of zines focused on social practice at this panel!

2018 MACAA Members’ Exhibition

by Ellen Mueller on October 1, 2018, no comments

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I am excited to attend the MACAA Members’ Exhibition where my What It Takes Series is one of ten featured works selected by juror Anthony Hawley. A celebratory reception will be held in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery on Friday, October 5.

Eisentrager-Howard Gallery
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Richards Hall
Lincoln, NE 68508

At this conference, I will also be chairing a panel entitled, “Parties & Parades: Approaches to Social Practice.”

Cube Art Project

by Ellen Mueller on September 20, 2018, no comments

What It Takes Series: Shoes

Excited to announce that “What It Takes” has been selected to be screened at the Cube Art Project’s 4th Biannual International Digital Art Competition in Lincoln, Nebraska.

An October 4 screening event will take place in conjunction with the 2018 Mid-America College Art Association Conference [MACAA], “Techne Expanding.” The full program will be screened for an entire year on this 750 Sq Foot LED screen located at The Railyard on Canopy Street in Lincoln’s Haymarket.

At this conference, I will also be chairing a panel entitled, “Parties & Parades: Approaches to Social Practice.”

Parties & Parades Panel at MACAA

by Ellen Mueller on September 16, 2018, one comment

zines

Join me! I am chairing a panel at the MACAA conference in Lincoln, Nebraska on October 5, 2018 at 10am. My panel is entitled, Parties & Parades: Approaches to Social Practice. The panelists include:

Anna Talarico, The Ohio State University — “After the Third Turn: Relational Aesthetics, Micro-Utopias, and Social Persistence in Contemporary Art”

Elizabeth Morisette – Museum of Art Fort Collins — “Using Museum Events to Foster a Creative Community”

Charles Carbia, Savannah College of Art & Design and Kelly Boehmer, Savannah College of Art & Design (co-presenting) — “After Party”

This is going to be a blast, AND I’ll be distributing a limited run of my ongoing series of zines focused on social practice at this panel!

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Preview of our attire for this live MEGA zine-printing event…

PS: Guen Montgomery and I will also be hosting a performative pop-up, MegaZines with the Auricular Labor Collective, Fri, Oct 5, 2:15 pm – 3:15. You can also see my video work on display at the Cube or on UNL’s campus.